The mapimail command uses the MSMapi32 ActiveX COM object to send mail to specified recipients. For this command to work, Windows Messaging must be installed on your system. For details on installing Windows Messaging, see your system documentation.
specifies an attachment to be included with the mail message. attachment is the path name of the attachment.
specifies that Bcc-recipient receives a blind carbon copy of the mail message. Bcc-recipient is an e-mail address and does not appear in the header of the mail message.
specifies that Bcc-recipient receives a carbon copy of the mail message. Cc-recipient is an e-mail address and appears in the header of the mail message.
sets the body of the message to the contents of the specified file. If neither this option nor the
-ttext option are specified, mapimail reads the body of the message from standard input. -ppassword
specifies the password to be used when opening a mapimail session.
quietly fails when necessary parameters are missing. Normally, GUI dialog boxes appear when necessary parameters are missing.
-qoption to work correctly, the Inbox application must be running on the desktop, or you must have specified the [ -u] and the [ -p] options. -R
adds the Return-Receipt-Requested: header to the mail message.
specifies subject as the subject line for the mail message.
sets the body of the message to text. If neither this option nor the
-ffile option are specified, mapimail reads the body of the message from standard input. -uusername
specifies the username to be used when opening a mapimail session.
Possible exit status values are:
This command is actually implemented as a MKS KornShell script with embedded perl code. MKS cannot be responsible for proper functionality of this code if you alter the mapimail.sh file in any way.
Unless you have properly configured your Windows Messaging software, mail sent via mapimail is spooled in your Inbox and is not sent until one selects Tools->Deliver Now from your Windows Messaging menu bar.
If your mail delivery agent is Microsoft Mail, mapimail can send mail to multiple recipients, Cc-recipients, and Bcc-recipients.
If your mail delivery agent is Internet Mail, mapimail can send mail to only one recipient, one Cc-recipient and one Bcc-recipient at this time.
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